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, as well. some clouds into san jose, 57 degrees. 51 in santa rosa. 54 degrees and cloudy skies into san francisco. these temperatures really taking a nosedive today. yesterday, we had some 70s and mid-80s again. but that sea breeze kicking in these numbers are going to drop about 9 to 15 degrees from yesterday's highs. if you think today is cool, just wait until tomorrow. we are going to throw in some rain too. we'll have more on that coming up. l have more on that coming but right now let's check the roads with elizabeth. >> could have an interesting morning commute. right now, though, things are quiet. if you are heading into san francisco, from the east bay, this is a live look at the bay bridge toll plaza. obviously no metering lights, still before 5:00 this morning. everything is cruising all the way across the upper deck. let's go to our other live traffic cameras. chp issued a travel advisory a few hours ago on the golden gate bridge. they say that fog is an issue and you can see it in our traffic camera this morning. limited visibility and they say it's on all the approaches, as
only on nbc bay area. he's charged with murder and for starting a gunfight with san jose police. today jonathan which will banks said nothing in court. he lowered his head during his arraignment. however, his brother is speaking out to us. nbc bay area in that courtroom as the suspect faced the judge for the first time today. >> reporter: well, raj, jonathan which will banks did not look very menacing in court today, but police say he is a cold-blooded killer, be and they are still looking for a second man who they say helped him. he lowered his head for most of the hearing. the lawyer for jonathan which will banks explained the posture outside the courtroom. >> i would say extremely remorseful. >> reporter: remorseful for what, sir? which will banks is charged with killing a carjacking victim and then going on a crime spree that ended in a shoot-out with san jose police. >> someone who would do something like this. >> reporter: in an exclusive interview, which will banks' younger brother couldn't answer if he thought which will banks was capable of such violence. eric which will banks
to raise their own taxes. how governor jerry brown convinced them to do it. >>> we're live in san jose we'll tell you which measures passed in santa clara county and which didn't. you may be surprised to find that out. >>> good morning, to you. welcome to a brand new day it's wednesday november 7th i'm dave clark. >> good morning, i'm pam cook. thank you for waking up with us this morning. let's check in with steve paulson. the weather is already changing i guess. but i did vote for warm weather, steve. >> then election came in for you on monday and tuesday. but for us rooking for colder weather the results will show up later today and more likely tomorrow. we have a very strong cold front coming in. today is that between day. 60s and 70s. a lot of the fog and low clouds are back. temperatures will begin their cool down. >>> traffic on 24 westbound between walnut creek and oakland looks good. the fog is not low here. steve has mentioned the fog. definitely foggier and chillier. the commute looks good on 80 now. but this last night there the freeway waclosed for more than five hours. this
to halt fee increases. that pleases students here at san jose state." "i'm really glad, it's really difficult for students to pay for tuition as it is. and without prop 30 it would've made it a lot harder." other students are struggling to pay their tuition through loans and financial aid." "now i have like the cal grant and the pel grant to help out and then i just have a bunch of loans and that's basically what it's going to be for me, it's just a bunch if loans because i don't have enough money to pay for college up front." freshman ryan poyet says he can't imagine what the situation would be like if he prop 30 hadn't pass." "it'd be a lot harder because the financial aid barely covered me for this year so i mean if it went up i would possibly have to pay off my own money and i barely have any money now." some students say the cuts and fee increases have made it harder to enroll in classes." "the first semester i tried to enroll, i didn't get the classes that i wanted, um yea it was really hard. but hopefully next semester i'll get better classes that i want." the 23 csu campus s
valleys. 54 degrees now in san francisco. 57 in san jose. 51 in santa rosa. high pressure now giving way to that trough that's sitting along the coastline that's ushered in the sea breeze and cooler temperatures for today. these numbers taking a nosedive from yesterday's highs. in fact, yesterday we had some 70s and some 80s. today, a good 5 to 15 degrees cooler outside. and by tomorrow, even cooler and maybe some rain too. we'll talk more about that in a few minutes. let's check the roads with elizabeth. >> reporter: tomorrow morning could be slick. out the door right now dry and quiet. i think people are still recovering after last night's big election. everything so far, so good up the nimitz. this is a live look in the east bay. northbound traffic 15 minutes between 238 and the maze. to the south bay now these are live drive time sensors you can see traffic moving at the limit 280 guadalupe parkway and 101 and back towards the east bay a quick look through danville southbound 680 moving fine through the san ramon valley. that's traffic. back to you guys. >> thank you. >>> california
homeowners with mortgages they cannot afford. they have an opportunity to get help this weekend in san jose. starting at 8:00 this morning, the neighborhood assistance corporation of america, returns to the bay area with its american dream program. hundreds of counselors and bank representatives from all major lenders will be there at the san jose convention center through monday helping with free onsite home loans and free loan modifications. terry mcsweeney will have more information in 30 minutes. >>> now the aftermath of hurricane sandy. many of new york city subways began roll this morning, three days after superstorm sandy. damaged parts of the subway are running again, officials say these still won't be much service to downtown manhattan where the tunnels are still flooded in new jersey the storm damaged or destroyed nearly all the homes in wealthy enclaves. some are still stranded in hoboken. the storm killedcvr( more than 0 people and left millions without power in the eastern u.s.. katie marzullo will have an update on the east coast storm damage in the next half hour. she is gath
your driving. i caught it in many spots. and then we look at the south bay where san jose shows a little glow as well. looking at the maps, we see the south bay overall looking pretty good. there is one accident reporting south. sounds like everything's just about to clear from the roadway. we'll continue to track that and the rest of the bay, guys, back to you. >>> coming up, we'll take a look at the other top news stories this morning, including the straight supreme court taking on the issue of online privacy. >> of course our election coverage continues with the latest in the tight oakland city council race. looking at some other races. berkeley's sit live ordinance. we'll have a look at that as well as some of the big races in berkeley. >>> welcome back, everybody. we'll take a look at the other top stories. the moraga school district meeting to discuss a lawsuit filed by a former student. she is suing the district and three former administrators for negligence and emotional distress related to sexual abuse she suffered at the hands of two teachers. just last week, the distr
following a murder in san jose. it happened this morning at a quiet south san jose neighborhood. details coming in this evening about a possible get away car. a woman found dead inside of her home. the call came to 911 from the home itself. this is in blossom valley district. significant delay in the police response. nbc bay area's reporter has been following the story from the beginning. what do we know tonight? >> well we, have just learned, raj, police now have a murder suspect. he is 50-year-old troy nacen sdmrchltnacenzo. he lived in the home. some one called 911 at 5:38. didn't speak and hung up. when no one answered a call back from dispatch, officers showed up to the house at 6:44. nearly an hour later to investigate. >> responding to earlier this morning, prevented us coming in a timely manner to this event, was a series of accidents along santa theresa. one of the vehicles had driven into a house. >> when they did arrive, police had to wait an hour for animal control officers to remove a rotweiller and another dog so they could enter the unlocked home. that's when they found th
sections of san jose. definite drying trend best radar trends away from us, that means we are going to have a little sunshine this afternoon once we get through the morning commute. near 60 along the coast, 70 for the rest of us. >>> minor delays at bay bridge toll, mostly for cash paying folks into san francisco live shot, a lot of folks after the big raeurd sleeping in a little this morning. traffic relatively light for in hour, san jose 280 northbound moving nicely towards cupertino you can barely see 17 overcrossing out of santa cruz mountains, southbound at idyllwild stall of right lane, san rafael nice southbound past the civic center no problems, drive times out right now, out of the central valley a grind 580 west highway 4 just about 20 minutes into concord, 80 east shore freeway commute into the macarthur maze. >>> free help available to people today having trouble paying their mortgage. terry mcsweeney is in san jose live where the event gets underway today. >> reporter: it is absolutely free. you can save a lot of money other than that i don't know what else you need to hear if
assessment in the deadly san jose crime spree is in custody. how friends and family are remembering the victim. >> and in the world of weather, we are starting out with a world of fog in the bay area. dense fog advisories are posted. that will change as the day goes on and so will the weather, midweek. we will have the details. >> and way it may be time to think small for your holiday shopping. why your neighborhood businesses probably need a lot more love than just one year. >>> thank you for joining us. i am anne makovec. >> and i am bill clinton. we have -- matte. we -- bill ma tear. we have a lot of new to talk about. on the verge of going out of business what, does it mean for marketing, eating and jobs. >>> i am phil matier. a second suspect is now in custody in a deadly crime spree in san jose. >> yes. friends and family are honoring a 22-year-old victim this weekend. police used this sketch to track down a suspect. he is 15, hiding at a home in concord. 's minor and booked now in jew nile hall. his name has not been released since he is a minor. this is a cervical photo o
battles in recent history. the seat for one san jose city council district, which also became the most expensive in that race's history. san jose voters also approved an increase in the minimum wage. stephanie trong is live at san jose city hall with the wrap-up. >> reporter: the mayor got who he wanted in the two races for city council, rose herrera retaining her district 8 seat, and johnny khamis taking district 10. what that means is no power shift. the vote breakdown will remain the same. so as will for the government employee unions, but they did pull out a win in the passing of measure d. here at fourth street pizza in downtown san jose, the minimum wage increase from $8 to $10 will likely be paid for by you the customer. >> everybody is going to be paying more for food, for, you know, prices are going to jump. you got other cities like santa clara, campbell, the minimum wage there is still $8. it's kind of unfair advantage for them. >> i hate that thought of somebody losing their job, especially a minimum wage job that is really important to their families. but the voters get th
victory for minimum wage earners here in san jose. let's talk about measure "d." that's the minimum wage measure in san s leading with the majority of precincts reporting. with the presumed passage of measure d, the hourly rate will go up $2 an hour from the state rate of $8 to $10 an hour. those for measure d argue this was a moral necessity given how expensive it is to live in silicon valley. others say it will hurt the market as higher wages force companies to cut back on hiring. measure e. that's the measure. around 60% have said no. measure e would have allowed san jose's two card rooms to add more gaming tables resulting in more tax revenue for the city. proponents saying as much as $5 million more a year for things like plisholice, fire and libra. opponents argue card rooms would have added more crime. coming up, reaction from mayor chuck read not only about those two measures but about council woman rose herrera winning last night. that story coming up. meantime, reporting live here in san jose, bob rodell "today in the bay." >>> let's get the weather out there. the reality of fa
favro is live in san jose. it's not sitting well with parents. >> reporter: no it really is not, jessica. the registered sex offender was volunteering here at this parish last month during a church festival. parents tell me there were hundreds of kids at that festival. when deputies questioned him, he produced a letter from the church that gave him authorization to be here at the school. tonight, both sheriff's deputies and the diocese are investigating that letter. >> the controversy centers over whether this man is a registered sex offender convicted of child molestation should have been volunteering in san jose at a pair irn. a parent alerted a sheriff's deputy working security that he was a sex offender. >> our deputy made contact with the man who was cooperative throughout the incident. made contact with mr. gear i. he did acknowledge that he was a sex registrant. our deputy confirmed it through dispatch. however, mr. gear i provided information that he had permission to be on school grounds by way of a letter from church officials that gave him permission to be there. >> surprising
in san jose with more on both of the measures named "a." bob, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, marla. voters dropping off ballots in thing south bay must not only consider a sales tax increase on the state level, of course, i'm referring to 30 and 38, but also on the county level as well. if measure "a" is passed in santa clara county, it would raise sales tax to 8.5% for ten years. tying it for the third highest sales tax in the state. it would raise about $50 million annually. this would help restore services that have been cut in recent years like police and public safety and health care coverage and housing for people living on the streets. >> i voted in favor of the tax. i thought it was a small price to pay. it seemed like the purpose of the tax and where the money would go would be a good thing for the community. >> i say it is difficult to pay extra taxes. >> i think it's needed. i'm prepared to do my part. it's like dues paying members of a community. you want to see something happen. you pay your dues. >> reporter: i'm sure you recognize congress member mike honda. h
at san jose state has raised the city's minimum wage now. measure d passed last night with 59% of the vote but not everyone is happy about it. cbs 5 reporter elissa harrington shows us the impact there on business. >> reporter: anyone who has worked for minimum wage knows it can be rough especially living in a city where the average cost of a one-bedroom apartment is around $1,700 a month. >> didn't pay my bills and it took me away from solving my other problems. i was going around like a hamster in a circle. >> reporter: so san jose residents voted in favor of measure d, raising minimum wage here from $8 an hour to 10. but workers like johnnie garcia at peanuts deluxe cafe across from san jose state university -- >> it will make a difference in my life. i'll have more money for me to help myself with the rent or other bills. >> reporter: but for the owners -- >> very tough for small businesspeople. >> reporter: peanuts has been a college area staple for 30 years run by this man and his wife. chang says the extra $2 an hour now means less hours for employees and longer days
cleared, good news. san jose southbound 17 past hamilton overturn blocking right lane there. bart, muni, caltrain, all mass transit on time. waze app the free traffic app, highway 80 to the bay bridge highway 24 looks like a stopped car on the shoulder reported. great app to help you maneuver around if you you are headed out for your commute it is available free on the app store and google play. >>> 6:02. you have spoken, president obama is waking up this morning having secured a second four year term as commander in chief. women, young voters and minors helped lead him to victory. spoke to the nation last night in chicago. president whether i earned your vote or not. i have listened to you i have learned from you and you have made me a better president. >> following his remarks first lady and daughters joined the president on stage with vice president biden and his wife. mitt romney conceded last night before the president's spoke. he backed on to the take in boston alone and thanks his supporters and voters. stay with the abc7 morning news coming up, we go live to chicago for a wrap o
in san jose, outside mayor chuck reed's house with the result of the races and some reaction from the mayor himself. >> reporter: good morning. let's first go over those numbers. incumbent district eight council woman rose herrera did beat out challenger jimmy nguyen. she took over 50% of the vote. mayor chuck reed of san jose's with us this morning. she's considered an ally of yours, fiscal reform. what message are you taking from this? >> it's certainly a big win for fiscal reforms. because governor employee unions launched an all-out attack. trying to reverse what the voter's approved in june. the pension reform. this is a big day for the people of san jose and beginning to restore services as we save money on all these pension reforms. >> measure e would allow casinos to add card tables. that was defeated. a majority of voters said no. around 40% said yes. you did have a neutral stance. but personally, you did vote for it. your argument being, it would add tax revenue. opponents saying it's going to add too much crime. what's your response? >> we could use additional revenues.
. in san jose, voters improve an increase in the minimum wage. >> dan: the moraga school district is back-pedaling tonight. a u.c. swim coach is suing the district for covering up her claims of sexual abuse several years ago by two teachers. they say her own carelessness or negligence may have played a role in what happened. she said she is outraged by the district's defense and today they issued a statement apologizing to her for any xiety or distress it caused and directed its attorney to withdraw that line of defense in the case. >>> we're back to the election for a few moments. voters torched the parcel tax in contra costa that was measure "q". that means fire stations will be closed. county will also scale back responses to low priority calls. >>> tens of thousands of workers in san jose will soon be getting a pay raise thanks to proposition "d". it passed with 59% of the vote. it will raise the minimum wage in the city to ten dollars from $8. workers have some san jose students to thank for their new pay raise. >> san jose becomes only the second city in the state to set the own min
this weekend. as we saw here at christmas in the park in downtown san jose, you'll likely be rewarded with short lines and plenty of elbow room. i asked the parade chairman if he really thought that they would see the crowds out here on saturday for the parade. even though it will be raining very strongly. and he said, look, there are hundreds of kids in this parade and parents will do a lot to see their kids. and raj, as parents, i know we can relate to that. >> absolutely. we'll see everyone out there. thank you. all this wet weather reportedly force ad brown pelican off course and into the backyard of a home in santa cruz. the wild rescue organization said it is very unusual to find a brown pelican in this area. they said the bird is weak and dehydrated and it was probably blown off course or simply confused. a look outside at downtown san francisco. it is beautiful. you can see we are on storm watch and we'll continue to track the weather throughout this newscast and this evening. remember, for the latest weather jump dates, you can also go to and you can send us y
on paid administrative leave and we know that the mandied was a 37- year-old from san jose. one of the officers has been with the police department more than 20 years. the other is a three-year veteran. there are still a lot of unanswered questions this morning. we do not know why that man was naked, what provoked the attack, and what he was doing here in the first place. we know his wife was staying in this house with a roommate. the public information officer with fremont police says she believes this is the first officer-involved shooting of the year. this morning, central avenue is closed from glenmore drive. in fremont, elissa harrington, cbs 5. >>> it's the final day of campaigning for the two major presidential candidates. almost to the finish line. both men are hitting that important battleground state of ohio today. the "associated press" says it appears president obama has an edge toward the 270 electoral votes needed to win. it will likely come down to these six swing states represented by 83 electoral votes. here that talk about that susan mcginnis with a look at whe
the south bay. a quick look shows you 101 through san jose moves smoothly. we have that bump up in traffic flow. we'll show you a wider view coming up, guys. back to you. >>> thank you, mike. now moving on to decision 2012 where jobs numbers will be only one part of the story. an east bay county is dealing with a potential case of ballot tampering. marla tellez joins us in studio with a story giving new meaning to the phrase "dirty politics." >> reporter: it's hard to make your vote count where your vote ends up in the gutter and that's where a couple in vallejo say they found more than a few mail-in ballot. they were out for a walk when they discover three mail-in ballots in the gutter near their home. just last week they found another voter's envelope ripped apart and the ballot was missing. they say they're outraged and worried. >> we don't know how many more they have done it to. if they have done it to the four that we found, how many more have they done it to? >> i'm appalled. i'm appalled. i don't care whether it's republican, democrat, independent or whatever it is. these people vo
. what a nice day in store for us which has already begun. looking out at san jose. maybe some haze there. we will have a full look at the forecast with christina. the news at 11:00 starts now. >>> good morning. thanks for being with us. i'm marla tellez. >> and i'm jon kelley. we begin with decision 2012 and the race for the white house. yes, one more day to go. the candidates making the final push in six swing states. >> in 25 minutes, president obama will be holding a rally in ohio. earlier this morning, he was in madison, wisconsin for another rally telling voters there, quote, it's time to finish what we started. the president will wind up election day eve in iowa. >> and meantime mitt romney is in virginia drumming up support there. he will soon head out to the richest prize, that, of course, being ohio. whoever takes ohio has a better shot to lock up that 270 electoral votes needed to claim the presidency. that is when we find nbc bay area's tracie potts with the latest. >> reporter: pulling out all the stops, governor romney takes aim at president obama this morning. >> you know w
through the airport san jose and oakland telling similar stories. and the busy day war on. >> so far, so good. empty. getting to my flights on time and leaving on time. >> despite 131 moving through it could have been worse. >> i went to san francisco, my brother went to sacramento and my sister to los angeles. >> everyone was kind and helpful. >> they were all in honolulu, right? >> yes. exactly. what is not to love about paradise. >> reporter: the challenge was all in her own family. >> they were a little antsy at the end but, you know, they are 11 months and 3. >> what do you do when they get antsy? >> i do a lot of walking. yes. so you walked from chicago today. >> yes. exactly. >> even on a good day ming across country tires a person out. >> i am -- flying across country tires a person out. >> i am happy but i am happy to go home. >> reporter: nothing but red tail lights through here and then cheered out and then starting to build up again. there is a chance to add more numbers to this record day. >> all right, thank you very much. >>> well, new at 11:00. gas scare sends 14 people
, the breeze will pick up. san jose was 80. sfo at 78. some of the records but there are records again all the way out to stockton. so 10 to 15 degrees above average for this time of year. now we start to slide to near normal and then we'll see a dramatic drop as we go 10, 15 degrees below normal. it doesn't have a lot with it. but the lows are a lot closer than they were yesterday. yesterday, we had 40s to 60s. now it's upper 40s to low to mid-60s. most of the activities up stream and that's in the form of cold air. you can see the system coming out of a cold source. fog is back. watch out for reduced visibility. once a system goes through, that doesn't do much rainwise. that's what's -- that's what's coming in friday, late thursday into friday. you will notice a cold air. fog, sun, cooler. a westerly wind. say good poi to the easterly or westerly wind. good boy to the easterly or westerly wind. colder, showers move in. more cold. your weekend always in view, it looks better, but it will be very brisk in the morning. >> thank you, night news out of newark where firefighters are looking in
. >> in the south bay san jose voters approved an increase in the city's minimum wage. here's measure d. you can see the difference in the vote 59%-40 within%. terry mcsweeney -- 59%-41%. >> reporter: amazing story a group of students here came up with the idea to raise the minimum wage. they were up against very powerful forces the chamber of commerce and the mayor. they were out-spent 2-1 and out-gunned but not out-done. daniel alba works in the state university book store for $8.50 an hour come january that goes up to $10. >> less stress over tuition and i don't know, being able to go out with friends and not worrying about how much i'm spending a week and manage my time >> reporter: a group of sociology students on the state campus created measure d. student alicia is a member of cafe j. a group that found inspiration meeting near the statue of san jose state 60s radicals carlos and smith. >> if you believe in something you can succeed we are part of history saying us community members felt if we work hard, we play by the rules, we deserve a living wage. >> reporter: senator reed says he likes t
. >>> well, san jose needs your help in shebgting the city's new police chief. the current chief, moore, plans to retire at the end of january. and the search for a success isor is underway the officials want input from residents about the quality they want to see in the chief. the first public meeting happens tomorrow night at the community center. >>> not fit to preach. now, that is what some parishioners of one of san francisco's oldest black congregations say about the new pastor assigned to the church. the parishioner's obskwrebgs have nothing to do -- objections have nothing to do with religious issues. >> reporter: the new pastor, reverend john hunter. >> i ask you to touch the part heart of the pastor of the church. >> reporter: the pastor was out today and a fill in took his place and most are glad. >> he is not someone that i think should lead our flock. >> reporter: he was appointed by the bishop who swafped scalped hunter for the old pastor who left. fine fine issues and sexual harassments come with the new pastors. they wanted to ask questions before he took over leader
.com. >>> new at 5:00 a former san jose principal found guilty for failing to report suspected child sexual abuse by a teacher. jurors saying the principal did not want to believe such an ugly thing was true. cbs 5 reporter len ramirez is live outside the courthouse. len. >> reporter: elizabeth, i'm not sure if this has landmark status but this is certainly a very important case when it comes to mandatory reporters. those are the people who are in positions of responsibility to report crimes against children such as molest cases or abuse cases. now, in this case, the principal of o.b. whaley elementary school school lyn vijkayendran was found guilty for failing to report a suspected case of molestation that she knew about. craig chandly allegedly blindfolded and molested young girls in his classroom. after a parent reported her suspicions, vijkayendran confronted chandler but accepted his story it was about a helen keller lesson about blindness. a second child was then molested. here's what one of the jurors had to say about this case. >> when you have the responsibility of hundreds of chil
in the right direction. >> reporter: the registrar's office in san jose has been processing mail-in ballots for a couple of weeks. 20,000 ballots come in ever day. in the south bay those voting by mail outnumber people that go to the polls on election day. 74% of people in santa clara county now choose to vote by mail. >> it's been very busy. we actually had the weekend voting the past two weekends. >> reporter: that means ne thes scanning machines are counting all the early votes, and they're hard at work tuesday night scanning the ballots that come in from the polls. >> i love to strovote in this country. early voting is wonderful. >> reporter: a new experience for this new american. it was like this at 12:00 today and like this at 6:00. steady flow of voters who want fob counted. we're live in san jose, "nbc bay area news." >> thank you. >>> of course, we invite you tyy stay with number bay area for all the news. we'll have more coverage at 6:30, including a look at prop 36 which would change the three stiks law. >>> it's a verdict that brought a south bay principal to tears and one with
's guilty verdict was read. vijayendran was the principal at san jose's elementary school. she testified she blooefd teacher craig chandler when he said he blindfolded a young student and touched her as part of a lesson on helen keller. members of the jury said today vijayendran didn't do what she should have. >> when you have the responsibility of huns of children in your care, you can't afford to drop the ball at an important moment like that. it was just -- it was -- she got horrible advice from hr, and she didn't do what she knew she should do. >> along with two years' probation, vijayendran was also sentenced to pay $600 in fines and restitution and serve 100 hour of community service. >>> a 67-year-old man from san ramon died this afternoon in a fiery car crash near brentwood. it happened about 1. 45 this afternoon on vasco road. the highway patrol says the subaru drifted across the lanes, overcorrect and had hit a mercedes head on. the driver of the mer say dees was killed while the subaru driver suffered minor injuries. a third car was hit but no one in that vehicle was hurt. northbo
times following petraeus career. holly raised 2 children. >>> san jose police identified a suspect in the murder of woman in san jose. here is troy police say listed on records as one of the residents of the house along with his wife but police not identified the victim yet. victim found on the 6100 block of advantage drive. police are searching for him and question about his how long it took police to get to that body. about corrina has the explanation. >>reporter: at 5:58 this morning there was a 911 hangup call from this home on this drive. communication center tried to call back but there was no answer. officers in the field had their hands full with other higher priorities calls. >> they were responding to rash of auto thefts that were in progress where the vehicles couple vehicle had been crashed into other vehicle so they had to respond to make sure that nobody was hurt in those accidents. >>reporter: when there was a shift change and more officers available san jose police went to the home directly to follow-up. it was an hour and 15 minutes after the initial hangu
say the suspect was a 37-year-old man from san jose. the two officers involved are on routine administrative leave. coming up at 6:30 we'll take you live back to the scene. >>> time is 6:03. overnight fire in pleasant hill damaged one business. that one there. police say this looks suspicious. it happened at a strip mall in contra costa boulevard. when fire crews got there they found the front window to a beauty salon smashed out and what appears to be a molotov cocktail inside. >>> we are tracking a bizarre crash that happened overnight in oakland's new china town neighborhood. a teenage driver plowed into a fabric store. tara moriarty live on the scene now to she show us some of the damage and also what we know about what led up to the crash. tara. >> reporter: well, the teenager was picking up his dad across the street. you can see the gate there is. one is actually lying on the parking lot. he was trying to leave that parking lot and the gate started to open. then instead of stopping he slammed on the gas pedal and he ended up going several feet plowing into this store you
. we may eclipse that in redwood city and also san jose. both checking in about 81 degrees. if that happens those will be records. otherwise it will get close but still, nice and warm all around the bay area. elizabeth? >> no matter what a nice fall day. thanks, lawrence. take you out live towards the bay bridge toll plaza. the metering lights are on now. so now we have delays in the cash and fast track lanes and already backing up beyond that first overcrossing. so yeah, didn't take long for things to jam up here. otherwise, looks pretty good across the upper deck. let's check in with mobile5. we have our a.c. transit mobile5 camera and you can see we put a camera on the front of an a.c. transit bus and right now they are driving across the upper deck of the bridge. traffic so far at the limit past the incline. elsewhere, we have cameras all over the bay area. here's one if you are heading towards the lower deck of the bay bridge. this is a live look approaching the skyway eastbound 80 near sixth. everything looks free and clear in the eastbound lanes. otherwise drive tim
see 4-5 for santa rosa, san francisco, livermore as well as san jose. i'll break down these number for you and talk about the patchy fog and cool conditions outside your door at this hour coming up. >>> new this morning employees of railey's knob hills foods are on strike for the first time in the company's 77 year history. workers hit the picket line an hour ago. >> reporter: this knob hill store opened at 6:00 a.m. just as scheduled. if we take a peek inside here it looks pretty empty. there is only one person working all the cash registers. and that is because just about everyone else who works in this store, clerks, cashiers, produce workers, butchers they are on this picket line. workers with the united food and commerci workers union formed this picket line at 6:00 a.m. after negotiations between knob hill, railey's owners went beyond a sticking point. it isn't over pay but health benefits. the company wants to take away current and future retiree health benefits and one loyal 89-year-old customer who pulled up this morning and didn't cross the picket line because he was on s
but it is on the shoulder. bart, muni, caltrain, all mass transit on time, no delays. if you are headed out, san jose highways, this is your traffic app, waze app, traffic is heavy north 101 through san jose. if you would like to navigate around, download this on the app store and google play and it is free. >>> 6:01. in less than an hour the polls open here. across the country voters are already casting ballots. among early voters mitt romney, new video just in romney emerged from his polling place in boston moments ago. he cast his rote in belmont, massachusetts. tonight he detail -- he will head to nearby boston. first last minute campaigning in ohio and pennsylvania both battle tkpwhrupbd states. president obama and the first lady are in chicago this morning. air force one arrived in the city last night following campaign stops in several battleground states. mr. obama will not be voting today he and the first lady cast their votes early. tonight election night party [ unintelligible ] >>> here in california one of the most closely watched races today will be prop 30. amy hollyfield joins you liv
cents in the past month. regular in san francisco $3 boy 95. -- $3.95: in san jose $3.80, 80 cent drop from a month ago. >>> skiers and snowboarders can start hitting the slopes at heavenly and north star, starting today, beginning a week earlier thanks to cold temperatures for snow making and last week's stormy weather not all runs will be open, but enough for tahoe visitors to get an early taste of winter while we get a late taste of summer. >>> [ unintelligible ] >>> get up there early more snow is on the way, more rain. good morning. coming up on 5:17. 87 san jose, looks clear, high clouds definitely no rain falling now. still seeing more clouds than anything else, no rain is falling from these clouds high level clouds made of ice crystals this time of the year not going to drop anything on us. you will still need sunglasses, during the afternoon. temperatures as you step out now, low to mid 40s around napa, fairfield, santa rosa, redwood city, san jose, los gatos, livermore, upper 40s to low 50s everywhere else, half moon bay 59°. monterey bay mid to upper 40s, gilroy 55 inland t
off and dooms day scenario. coming up here. live update on san jose most watched race. >> also. the citizen l new voter. today big day for the [ laughter ] [ girl ] wow. you guys have it easy. i wish i had u-verse when i was your age. in my day, we didn't have these fancy wireless receivers. blah, blah, blah. if i had a sleepover, i couldn't just move the tv into the playroom. no, we had to watch movies in the den because that's where the tv outlet was. and if dad was snoring on the couch, we muscled through it. is she for real? your generation has it made. [ male announcer ] the wireless receiver. only from at&t u-verse. get a free wireless receiver with a qualifying u-verse plan. rethink possible. >> large crowd in san francisco city hall tonight where people lined up to vote for hours. in fact the lines extended out of city hall basement. election fivshls can not release results until everyone in that line has voted and they were accepting everyone who was in the line by 8 this evening. 265,000 people voted absentee, more than half of the city 500,000 registered voters.
.85, san francisco $3.95 in oakland and san jose the prices lower than the statewide average, oakland $3.83, san jose $3.80. >>> still ahead, keeping men faithful in relationships. new science that says it could come down to a nasal spray. >> this you gotta hear. >>> he's one of president obama's most vocal critics. now the donald's attacks could cost him a lucrative business deal. >>> new lawsuit that >>> ferry building is in blue to commemorate world diabetes day. san francisco with many cities around the country and world are going to be celebrated world diabetes day. one of the ways to bring awareness is have the ferry building blue and make you think about all those people with diabetes and what you can do to keep yourself from getting it. >>> 6:14. rare tornado hit japan today, all caught on camera, japanese television showed this footage of the large tornado over the ocean it lasted 10 minutes before arriving on land. so far no damage or injuries. there are more warnings about strong winds, lightning and tornadoes. >>> in sardinia, new video shows hundreds of laid off aluminum emp
dollars. this is abc 7 news. >> thank you. >> happening now in san jose. people in need are camping out at san jose food pantry. tomorrow sacred heart community services giving away thousands of food boxes for the holiday. lillian is at sacred heart where the line continues to grow. lillian? >>reporter: it's chilly out here but that's not stopping dozens of people from camping out. this is the front of the lichbility it started forming at 9:00 a.m. it's grown quite a bit since then and no doubt go around the corner during the overnight hours. they are sleeping in the cold. some are even waiting in line with their small children. this couple came prepared. >> blankets. and food and food and tent. >>reporter: this is what they are waiting for. food for the holidays. starting friday morning people in need will be able to reserve a box for thanksgiving and another one for christmas. family will also be able to seen up for to toys for the little ones. sake receipt heart community service anticipates giving away over 7000 food box and over 16,000 toys. >> some of them have
in san jose. people in need are camping out at san jose food pantry. tomorrow sacred heart community services giving away thousands of food boxes for the holiday. lillian is at sacred heart where the line continues to grow. lillian? >>reporter: it's chilly out here but that's not stopping dozens of people from camping out. this is the front of the lichbility it started forming at 9:00 a.m. it's grown quite a bit since then and no doubt go around the corner during the overnight hours. they are sleeping in the cold. some are even waiting in line with their small children. this couple came prepared. >> blankets. and food and food and tent. >>reporter: this is what they are waiting for. food for the holidays. starting friday morning people in need will be able to reserve a box for thanksgiving and another one for christmas. family will also be able to seen up for to toys for the little ones. sake receipt heart community service anticipates giving away over 7000 food box and over 16,000 toys. >> some of them have part-time jobs where they used to have full-time jobs.
of americans. the mess is possibly through a relief that has been set up at the san jose convention center. >> to make ends meet this person has a new favorable loan with lower payments. >> i was just paying principal and interest. now, i can combine everything. >> this is 200,000 people held by the nonprofit group neighborhood assistance corp. of america that it helps on the spot financing and help for mortgages. >> there's nothing like meeting face to face with your lender. and with decision maker and if that negotiator could help get the deals get done. >> based on their stuck situation they can afford eight affordable modification and present that to the lender. most of are presented here and it is all free. the banks will pay all fees. >> we come here so that we can meet meet our customer's face to face. and tell them exactly what they need. >> with 80 percent of the applicants are successful and the walk away with the same day savings of $1,000 per month. >> now i'm able to make those payments, there's no doubt in my mind. >> that is a second chance to holding on to the american drea
it doesn't have a strong current of its own. >> san jose family, friends, family, coworkers, my family, we need to do this. this is going to help us to move forward. >> whatever the attitude, i'm fine with it. i'm not mad. i'm not that happy. but i'm not going to be -- that's not going to stop me from getting up in the morning and doing what i need do. >> reporter: ann notarangelo cbs 5 eyewitness news. >> and the polls open at 7 a.m. and close at 8 p.m. if you have an absentee ballot, do not put it in the mail. drop it off at a polling place or at the registrar's office tomorrow. >>> they are burning jet fuel and the midnight oil. it's so close, president obama and mitt romney are still fighting for every vote in the 11th hour. cbs 5 political reporter grace lee on what we can expect in the last few hours. >> reporter: expect a scramble for every vote and potentially a legal fight if this election is close as it's expected to be. there's so much at stake in this presidency, our economy, healthcare, and possibly supreme court justice appointments? >> so we've broken election day down hour
and 51 in napa. south bay, 54 in san jose. your futurecast tells the story of the day. not expecting any low clouds to develop or push onshore. stop the clock at 10:00 and that persists until noon and then at about 4:00, 5:00, the marine layer starts to redevelop and move inland. tomorrow 10 to 15 degrees cooler and you want to keep that in mind. if you want the sunshine and warmth to hit the beach, today is your day to do so. 86 degrees bay side and 80 degrees right at the coast today. half moon bay hit 80 yesterday and we're expecting the same for this afternoon. as we head through tomorrow, though, changes ahead. rain, snow levels dropping to 2,000 feet and we'll talk about that coming up. 6:08. first, we want to check your drive a driving tuesday and voting tuesday. any heavy volume because of that, mike? >> bay bridge. that's where you show the beautiful view, but i'll focus on the headlights. this is pretty beautiful to me because the traffic is flowing in the fast trak lanes and let's look after you have the beautiful sunrise and the live shot and east shore freeway coming down fr
with kirk's daughter. today's hearing starts at 2:00 in the santa clara county courthouse in san jose. >>> students at uc schools are waking up early this morning to demand the regents stop raising tuition. dozens of students camped out overnight at ucsf. the board has a second day of meetings today. that's where christie smith joins us live with more on what the university wants and why students say it is just not fair. good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you. we're seeing uc police driving around and about 35 students are camping inside the quad. they have been here since yesterday. they say that they're going to hit the picket line in just a little while and advance the last day of the uc regents meeting where governor jerry brown made a very rare appearance this week and told the regents that they were going to have to make some heroic moves to save money. students are upset and a little confused that california voters passed proposition 30 bringing in more tax dollars but they're facing the possibility of more tuition hikes. now, the regents are asking governor brown for a
and the other issues on the ballots. jean elle with a who's who in san francisco. david trujillo is in san jose. and sam brock is here to sort through the facts with us. >> let's start with jean elle with the celebration in san francisco, with a lot of supporters. >> reporter: this is a party for senator dianne feinstein. she won re-election tonight. but many supporters had tv screens on. and every time there was good news about president obama, they would cheer, applauding what was happening on the other side of the nation. senator feinstein says her victory is important. but the president's re-election is key. she will set the tone for the nation and lawmakers. she is looking forward to a conversation with president obama. she wants to tell the president to end politics as usual and to bring people together so the house and senate can get some work done. >> he's very skilled on domestic policy. the question comes, can he bring the bodies together to get something done? to get a farm bill passed, to get a global warming bill passed. >> reporter: senator feinstein says she has legislative goals
to the driveway at this family's home in san jose. the remodel is going to stay like this. >> it's pushed things back. hauling things out, he couldn't bring in a tractor because there was so much mud. >> reporter: the storm did little to help south bay ressive wars, currently at 75% of average for this time of year. >> the ground was dry, so we expected the water to just kind of soak in. now the ground is wet, so we're hoping the next series of storms will bring waters into the ressive wars. >> we had about 20 trees that were damaged by a broken limb or fell over. >> the city of san jose has free sand bags ready for residents and its equipment is ready to go. >> as soon as it starts raining they'll be out in the street. >> reporter: one problem? the colorful fall leaves clogging storm drains. >> at the peak there were 18,700 people without power. i just talked to p and g and they tell us there's about 150 customers in the dark. they expect to have them back online by 7:00 a.m. >>> storm number one went through during the morning commute. it made a mess. it was wet and windy the check out the rai
on the campus of san jose state university. why problems with that technology are raising concerns. >> and a fire under a freeway overpass. how did that start? mornings on 2 starts right now. >> complete bay area news coverage starts right now. this is ktvu mornings on 2. >> good morning to you. welcome. i'm dave clark. >> i'm torrie campbell. we are following developing news out of palo alto. police are searching for a man who reportedly entered a young woman's apartment. it happened early this morning. we are at the scene with the woman's frightening experience. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. police say they are trying to be complete in this investigation. they have been here for the past five hours here at hawthorne. they are talking to neighbors to try to put together what happened. police say a woman in her 20s made a frantic 911 call at 2:20. she said she woke up and screamed when she found a man wearing dark clothing inside her apartment. that man took off running. police immediately started searching but came up empty. they are interviewing the woman. >> phys
] berkeley voters have approved a measure that targets panhandlers. measure s you see -- san jose voters are saying no to measure e which would allow more card tables for the city's two casinos. in berkeley the incumbent bates winning. >> we'll have up to the minute results throughout the morning. you can get real-time results at we are sending out latest results on twitter. >>> while the numbers are swarming in your head let's put temperature numbers in there too. >> i see a trend there, things going down i am >> much cooler that's the -- big story, wednesday time of change. doppler showing dry air but there's moisture trapped at lower levels we talked about that cloud that would come in, some of the fog, visibility quarter mile santa rosa, a mile half moon bay, anywhere before the surface in the hills around the bay you going to be in thick fog so be careful during the more commute here's a look at the cold front influencing our weather by pushing the sea breeze back into our neighborhoods, coldest air behind in front that is coming in tonight. today the sea breeze kicks
's call.san francisco. >> san jose police are looking for a man who is suspected for killing his wife and fleeing the scene. he is 50 years old and they stated that they receive a 911 call from home. officers found the victim on the floor and paramedics pronounced her dead. he may be driving a vehicle--this is their first homicide of the year. >> oakland police is looking for a suspect who killed a teenage boy. police found the victim with multiple gunshot wounds and he died on the same. so far no suspects have been identified. >> oakland officials would like to stop the federal government to take over the police department. oakland officials have filed legal papers as stated that this move was inappropriate. >> attorneys have filed for a federal takeover because they stated that the city is taking too long to prevent officer misconduct. oakland city o's attorney stated that it would be inappropriate to bring in an outsider to run an entire department. >> we are ready to step up. we will make sure that we will complete this. >> the city wants to create two positions within the departm
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